Sapphire College for Elf Maidens
Let’s recap Wizards of the Coast’s new rules.
In determining whether a product complies with community standards of decency, Wizards of the Coast uses, but is not limited to the following. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Wizards of the Coast reserves the right to determine, in its sole discretion, whether a product complies with community standards of decency.
Violence and Gore – Descriptions of combat are acceptable in a Covered Product. However art or text depicting excessively graphic violence or gore is not acceptable.
Sexual Themes – Sexual situations—including abuse and pornography—may not appear graphically in art or text. When depicting the human form—or creatures possessing humaniform features—gratuitous nudity, the depiction of genitalia, bare female nipples, and sexual or bathroom activity is not acceptable. While sensuality and sexuality may appear in a Covered Product, it must not be the focus nor can it be salacious in nature.
Prejudice – Covered Products can not depict existing real-world minorities, nationalities, social castes, religious groups, genders, lifestyle preferences, or people with disabilities as a group inferior to any other group. Current, real-world religions and religious groups and/or practices will not be portrayed in any way that promotes disrespect for these religions or their participants. A Covered Product can not endorse or promote any specific religion or religious practice.
So, with that in mind, come check out the lovely Sapphire College for Elf Maidens. We warn you and tempt you at the same time!
Evil Eye and Treasure Hunt Winners
Wyrdling DoppleGanger dominates the prizes again this month. This master player adds Power Classes: Gladiator and Power Classes: Assassin to his basket of free stuff from GameWyrd. Congratulations! Congratulations too to the winner of the strange survey. We can’t match the email you gave us to any one Wyrdling… gasp! Could this be? A non-member won? Doesn’t matter! The prize is on the way. Thanks to everyone who entered. No, it wasn’t for a GameWyrd magazine.
GameWyrd’s Mark of Approval goes to Cantr II . Here we see kingdom roleplaying at it’s best. It’s not about engineering the perfect combat character, it’s about social engineering and legacy building. The Award Council liked that.